EU Delegations have a tradition of offering non-remunerated traineeships to young people in third countries or international organisations where they are accredited.
The aim of these traineeships is to provide young graduates with insight knowledge about the daily work of EU Delegations as well as about the EU foreign policy delivery and the representation of EU interests outside the EU.
Are you eligible for non-remunerated traineeship?
You may apply for the traineeship if:
Candidates to the Blue Book Traineeship Programme are informed that as the European Commission and the EEAS wish to offer to as many people as possible the opportunity of in-service training as Blue Book, applications will not be accepted from candidates who – for more than six weeks:
What are the general rules?
Where and how to apply?
If you are interested in a non-remunerated traineeship in an EU Delegation, please contact directly the Delegation of your interest. The call of expression and recruitment process are organised and managed by the Delegation. Please note that not all Delegations are offering traineeship programmes.
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